From dishes made with locally-sourced ingredients and excellent vegetarian options to amazing pizza and burgers, these unique Atlanta eateries won’t disappoint. Sample modern American cuisine, savor Thai and Asian cuisine with Southern influences, or order a creative sandwich with a glass of wine or beer. End the meal with a tempting chocolate cake or a homemade gelato before heading out to explore the sights. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Seed Kitchen & Bar
© Seed Kitchen & Bar
Located in a prime spot at Merchant's Walk in East Cobb, Seed Kitchen & Bar is a contemporary neighborhood restaurant, serving modern American cuisine created with locally-sourced ingredients in a stylish, yet inviting atmosphere. Visitors to Seed are welcomed with signature dishes such as pimento cheese crostinis topped with country ham and apple, or perfectly cooked North Carolina flounder served with caramelized Brussels sprouts, roasted cauliflower, and Thai herb vinaigrette. The restaurant also boasts an impressive boutique wine program that features hand-selected wines; vintage and new-age cocktails mixed by professional mixologists; and both local and international craft beers on tap.
© Poor Calvin's
Poor Calvin's is a welcoming haven in the bustling area of downtown Atlanta serving a unique fusion of Thai and Asian cuisine with distinct Southern accents. The cuisine is created by Vietnamese-born Chef Calvin Phan who trained in Germany and brings his perspective of international culinary fusion to the front line of Poor Calvin’s. The quaint eatery serves up an innovative fusion of exotic Eastern flavors and Western techniques prepared from only the freshest ingredients. Showstoppers include steamed seared chicken dumplings and fried duck rolls. A variety of menus are served ranging from brunch, dinner and a market menu, as well as a signature dessert menu with house-made delights like the Suspension Cake and Fuji Apple. Poor Calvin's serves some of the best lunch in Atlanta. Phone: 404-254-4051
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3.Lunch Near Me: Cafe Sunflower
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Café Sunflower serves an eclectic array of vegetarian dishes from around the world and caters to particular palates which include dairy-free, gluten-free and meat-free. While the menu includes both vegetarian and vegan meals, it focuses on the latter with signature dishes such as grilled coconut polenta Napoleon, oven-baked stuffed acorn squash, and a macro stir-fry fusion of veggies cooked with tempeh in a tamari miso sauce. Be sure to try the mouth-watering vegan, old-fashioned chocolate cake. Café Sunflower can be visited in both Buckhead and Sandy Spring. Phone: 404-352-8859
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4.Morelli's Gourmet Ice Cream & Desserts
With over 200 flavors of densely textured ice cream, homemade in small batches, Morelli's is one of Atlanta's favorite indulgences. With two Atlanta locations, and one in Dunwoody, Morelli's offers counter and window service and nice patio seating outside. It is a popular destination among neighbors looking for a sweet, and not so sweet, treat.
They specialize in alternative flavors including Coconut Jalapeno, Dark Chocolate Chili, and Ginger Lavender, even once going so far as creating a tomato cheesecake ice cream bun. Salted Caramel is by far the most popular flavor, but definitely not the most outrageous. They also make fabulous frozen cakes and pies.
749 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, Georgia 30316, .Phone: 404-622-0210
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5.Lunch Near Me: El Super Pan
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El Super Pan is a bustling sandwich bar offering two locations in Atlanta, one in the Battery and the other within Ponce City Market. The bar is the latest offering from James Beard Award semifinalist Hector Santiago, best known for his work at Atlanta's renowned Pura Vida tapas restaurant. Delicious Mexican tortas and pressed sandwiches are served up all day, ranging from classic jamon y queso and media noche sandwiches to smoked tofu buns and vegan Cubans. Diners can also choose from a wide range of beverages, from traditional aguas tropicales or hibiscus sweet tea to local craft brews and classic Mexican-style cocktails.
675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, N 137, Atlanta, GA 30308, Phone: (404) 600-2465
6.Lunch Near Me: Alon's Bakery and Market
© Alon's Bakery and Market
Alon’s Bakery and Market is a laid-back and friendly neighborhood bakery, grocer and wine bar featuring prepared foods, freshly brewed coffee and homemade gelato. A sibling of the Dunwoody, the Virginia Highland bakery and sandwich shop boasts an unrivalled selection of sweet and savory pastries and pies, freshly prepared meals and salads, a variety of imported and local cheeses and a fantastic choice of wines. A comfortable and cozy outdoor patio is ideal for enjoying brunch or lunch in the sun, or simply savor coffee while catching up on the news. Things to Do in Atlanta
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7.Lunch Near Me: Victory Sandwich Bar
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Serving delicious handmade sandwiches until 2 a.m., Victory Sandwich Bar is the place to go for an excellent lunch or an anytime snack. Part deli, part pub and full of character, Victory not only offers a place to enjoy affordable, creative sandwiches but boasts a full bar serving wine, beer, cocktails and innovative slushies made of Jack Daniel’s and Coke. To add to the vibe is a ping-pong table where you can work it all off. The menu showcases a few favorites such as a Hambo, which is stacked with prosciutto, mozzarella, arugula and thinly sliced apple, or unusual creations like the Victory at Sea - white anchovies, frisée, and lemon mayo.
8.Lunch Near Me: Fox Bros Bar-B-Q
© Fox Bros Bar-B-Q
Owned by Texan brothers, Jonathan and Justin Fox, Fox Bros Bar-B-Q brings the spice and heat of Texas to the streets of Atlanta. Beginning as a friendly backyard gathering with good friends, great music, and excellent barbecue, the informal get-together turned into cooking for over 250 people and Fox Bros Bar-B-Q was born. Located on Dekalb Avenue in the Candler Park neighborhood, the prominent eatery has become a Southern staple with favorites on the menu like pulled pork; beef brisket and rib sandwiches; smoked chicken and a variety of sides from Frito pie to baked beans. Wash it down with any of their seven craft beers on tap or any of their 40+ bottle beers.
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